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Weekly Alibi
 Jun 11 - 17, 2009 
In this year's Pride issue, find a complete schedule of Pride events both on and off the fairgrounds. Then hear what the creator of the LGBT rainbow flag has to say.
NEWS/OPINION
The Duke City Derby's Muñecas Muertas tanned the hides of the Dallas Derby Devils. A high school LGBT activist engenders pride in fellow youth. And why you shouldn't just toss your old TV into a landfill.
Websclusive: Answer Me This
Nerd up on your news knowledge right here!
Websclusive: Derby’s Bold Brutes
Action shots from the game.
MUSIC
Two Women's Voices concerts feature divas devoid of the vain, self-absorbed, autocratic airs the title implies. And Albuquerque's own BrokeNCYDE catapults to nationwide popularity with its critically despised hybrid of crunk and screamo.
FOOD
Blades Bistro in Placitas offers roasted beats bathed in balsamic vinegar, a robust French onion soup and salads for people who don't like salad.
FILM & TV
The stark historical drama Hunger is interested in details, turning the smallest of gestures, actions and words into moments of soul-rattling import. Meanwhile, you'd better get ready for even more hospital-based drama on the tube.
ARTS/LIT
Yjastros Flamenco Repertory Company shows off its entire catalogue in Blanco, Rojo y Negro. Plus, must-read LGBT books.

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Photo by Rhonda Pierce

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so close.

star wood.

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The Man Who Tried to Redeem the World with Logic.

herding cattle.

serial hero.

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